Extra dates added to The Book of Mormon at the Bristol Hippodrome

Extra dates added to The Book of Mormon at the Bristol Hippodrome

Posted on: 03 Oct 2019

Not just one, but three extra weeks have been added to the Book of Mormon’s run at the Bristol Hippodrome – and tickets are on sale now!



The Olivier® award-winning musical will now run at the Bristol Hippodrome until 22 February 2019. 

 

Get tickets to see The Book of Mormon at the Bristol Hippodrome here.

The Book of Mormon at the Bristol Hippodrome

Due to overwhelming demand, the Book of Mormon at the Bristol Hippodrome has been extended: now's your chance to bag the best seats in the house for Broadway's longest-running show. 

 

Winner of 9 Tony awards including ‘Best Musical’, the Book of Mormon first saw the stage in 2011. Since, the production has enjoyed sold-out runs in London, on Broadway and in North America.

 

But the show's success is of no surprise: written by the creators of South Park, The Book of Mormon has been named one of the “funniest musicals of all time.”

 

So, what’s it all about? The Book follows the hilarious tale of two Mormon boys sent to a place far, far away from their Salt Lake City home. How will they fare on this long journey? Find out in the new year. 

The Book of Mormon at the Bristol Hippodrome

The cast will be led by Kevin Clay as Elder Price and Conner Peirson as Elder Cunningham, recreating their roles from the Broadway and U.S. touring productions.

 

They are joined by Nicole-Lily Baisden as Nabulungi, Will Hawksworth as Elder McKinley, Ewen Cummins as Mafala Hatimbi, Johnathan Tweedie as Joseph Smith and Thomas Vernal as the General.



Get tickets to see The Book of Mormon's extended run at the Bristol Hippodrome now.  The Bristol Hippodrome is located: St Augustine's Parade, Bristol BS1 4UZ. 


Article by:

Kate Hutchison

Kate Hutchison, co-Editor 365Bristol.com & Editor 365Bath.com 

Kate is a recent Philosophy graduate and freelance writer with a passion for digital content, music and lifestyle journalism. Find Kate in a coffee shop, on Twitter or email kate@365bristol.com